The contractor Amentum has provided a ° Ccontract to support a critical program for a U.S. Navy air crew training mission in Fallon, Nevada.

Awarded by the Air Force Division of the United States Naval Air Combat Center (NAWCAD), the contract for a fixed price, reimbursable costs and indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) is estimated at approximately $ 99 million.

The company received the contract through its successor DynCorp International (DI), which was acquired by Amentum in 2020.

As part of the 18-month contract, the company will provide logistical support services to various US Navy aircraft, including EA-18G Growler (EAA) electronic attack aircraft and MH-60S Seahawk aircraft.

It also includes the US Navy’s F / A-18C / D / E / F Hornet, multi-purpose F-16A / B / C / D Fighting Falcon and E-2C Hawkeye early warning aircraft.

In addition, the company will provide selected, organizational, intermediate and limited maintenance at the US Navy aircraft depot level.

Amentum Aviation Business Unit President Joe Dunaway said: “We are ready to continue to support the important flight crew training mission in Fallon, Nevada.

“We have carried out this important program in support of the Center for Combat Action and Development of Naval Aviation since 2015.

Work on the contract is expected to be completed in September next year.

Home to the famous Navy Top Gun program, NAWDC provides training and tactics to the Navy’s crew, squadrons and air wings of the US Navy.

The center conducts flight training, training for direct operational and intelligence support of personnel together with other academic classes and programs.

The company supports NAWDC’s day-to-day training efforts by providing aircraft maintenance and support services at the Naval Air Station in Fallon, Nevada, USA.

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